yes but what I want to say for me its difficult to learn Polish when I do fault in English... I mean I am not use the application to learn English but polish. so I cant understand why not "on February " but in others cases too its not help me much when I have first have to understand English to understand polish...
If we started to accept all possible prepositions, we wouldn't be able to tell the difference whether you made a mistake due to the lack of English proficiency or because you didn't understand the meaning of the Polish word.
I mean, you wouldn't take a Polish class in Japan and openly complain about the fact that you need to understand Japanese first in order to learn something, would you?
Ok, I'll try to explain it one more time. If we accept random prepositions, we won't be able to make sure that you actually understood the meaning of the Polish phrase. If you say "on February" we have no way of knowing whether you actually mean "in February". Maybe you actually meant "by February" or "before February". We don't know that, unless you provide us with a correct English sentence.
The second point I made was about you making a concious decision to join a course for English speakers. You shouldn't act surprised if we require a certain level of English proficiency.
I cant get the point of what you are saying or you dont try to understand it from my place sometimes its hard to learn if the application dont use your mother language... other times they use your mother language with a translation in there taste that make the same sens but not help to learn... anyway I just say my problem if you dont like it or you dont want to accept it or understand it sorry that I write in begining